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One of the most frustrating things on the Internet are sites that make you register just to view content.I'm not talking about paywalls—I mean the sites that make you give them personal information to look at free articles or forum threads.If it works for coupon codes, why not site registrations?It may even be someplace as obscure as a forum or class syllabus where a teacher needed to have his or her class access a newspaper database for assignments. Do you know of any other tips, tricks, or sites that can help bypass site registrations? Plus, the inbox is public, so anybody can search it if they know the name, as well as use the same address.With a tagline like 'let them eat spam,' what's not to love?Sometimes, other generous Internet users offer their BS accounts for others to use as well.
If you use Apple's i Cloud Mail, you also get five free aliases, like Outlook.
What's one site that no one would want to block from accessing their content? Everyone wants to be found on Google, so when Google's crawlers or bots visit a site, they give it a special header that lets them bypass any paywall or restriction.